Fandango’s Provocative Question #62 Over the past few weeks, each of us has had to make some sacrifices due to the global coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us have had to make adjustments to how we go about our daily lives. My provocative question this week is simply this: I really haven't given up anything except seeing … Continue reading HOW HAS LIFE CHANGED SINCE THE PANDEMIC? – Marilyn Armstrong
Share Your World 3-11-2020 And so another birthday rolls around. I am 73 today. In April, Garry will be 78. For both of us, this Coronavirus is potentially lethal. It is NOT the flu. Really. It isn't. It targets the elderly, children, and anyone who has any other kind of medical issue. America is completely … Continue reading SHARING MY WORLD? HEY, WAIT, ISN’T IT MY BIRTHDAY? Marilyn Armstrong
Dear Friend, If the Corona Virus makes inroads at or near pandemic level, we cannot fully anticipate how it will change our day to day habits. especially regarding healthcare. John H. Corcoran, Jr., makes a rare foray into serious journalism and reports on the shocking findings of Dr. Skippy Gzitzman, DDS. They may save your … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: DENTISTRY: NO LONGER AS SIMPLE AS PULLING TEETH – JOHN H. CORCORAN, JR.
Everyone catches colds, especially this time of year. The end of winter is prime time for sore throats, sniffles, laryngitis, and everything else. Getting a cold this time of year is absolutely normal, especially for us. We seem to have gotten particularly prone to colds that seem to go on forever. What used to last … Continue reading HAVING A COLD IN A TIME OF PLAGUE – Marilyn Armstrong
Since everyone's into talking about hating phones, I figured I'd throw my oar in the water too. I loved the phone right through my teenage years. I and my girlfriends would chat the night away, even though we lived two houses apart. The phone was more intimate. No one else was around. Just us, hidden … Continue reading LOVING AND HATING THE PHONE WHILE WISHING IT WORKED BETTER – Marilyn Armstrong
I'm alive for two major reasons: Because I didn't take a lot of advice I was given. I had been misdiagnosed and had some bad doctors. Having learned my lessons the hard way, I did my homework and sought out the best doctors for whatever needed to be done. In earlier surgeries, I tried to … Continue reading A BIT OF ADVICE ON SURVIVING YOUR MEDICAL SYSTEM – Marilyn Armstrong
9,947 published posts. I know that's not quite 10,000 but it's close. Now, the minuses: Tom: 400 Ellin: 525 Rich: 1,000 Garry: 1.000 So of the 10,000 posts, about 3.000 were written by other authors and probably another few hundred were re-blogs, so call it 4,000 written by other authors or re-blogs. I've probably written … Continue reading AN AWFUL LOT OF POSTS BUT WHO REMEMBERS THEM? — Marilyn Armstrong